Clarifies `Public Charge' Regs: INS opens school lunch to legal immigrants
- Tighter Requirements Proposed For Federal Lunch Program. Walton, Susan // Education Week;9/14/1981, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p1
This article reports on changes in the national school-lunch program being proposed by U.S. President Ronald Reagan's administration. The advantages of the proposed lower nutritional standards for the food program are the focus of debates between nutritionists, food-service administrators and...
- Title I officials gain access to lunch data. Miller, Julie A. // Education Week;4/10/96, Vol. 15 Issue 29, p25
Reports that the Department of Agriculture has agreed to allow Title I officials in school districts access to family-income data to determine student eligibility for federal aid in the form of school meals. Confidentiality of the data; Comments from Robert Eadie of the Department of Agriculture.
- Campofresco building for U.S. lunch programs. Ruano, Lida Estela // Caribbean Business;7/24/1997, Vol. 25 Issue 29, p9
Presents information on Procesadora Campofresco Incorporated bid to supply the Florida and Texas schools with juices for their lunch programs. Comments from Campofresco President, Julio F. Mendez; Who Campofresco president met with; When Campofresco started exporting from.
- Let Them Eat...Phytoestrogens! Elvin, John // Insight on the News;04/17/2000, Vol. 16 Issue 14, p34
Discusses a directive in the United States on the use of soy in the school-lunch program. Limit of soy content in several items; Reduction of fat content in meals; Solution to the tainted-meat problem.
- USDA's new lunch rules aim to ensure healthy meals. King, Paul // Nation's Restaurant News;05/18/98, Vol. 32 Issue 20, p24
Reports that the US Agriculture Department has issued new regulations to ensure healthy school breakfast and lunch meals. Use of `reasonable approach' in developing menus; Failure of compliance with the School Meals Initiative for Healthy Children program; Assessment of food service operators.
- Yogurt substitution okayed. // FoodService Director;05/15/97, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p36
Reports that the United States Department of Agriculture has allowed school food service authorities to substitute yogurt for meat in some meals, under the national school lunch program (NSLP). What this rule change represents for schools; Claims made by supporters of the change; Contentions...
- In brief. // Food Management;Aug2000, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p18
Reports on developments related to the United States food service industry as of August 2000. Acquisition of Food First Restaurant Corp. by CulinArt; Requirement for the testing of ground beef in school lunch programs; Award for Kay McManus from the American School Food Service Association.
- What's for Lunch? Schools Adding Healthier Menu Items. Coles, Adrienne D. // Education Week;06/21/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 41, p10
Reports on the programs of the United States (U.S.) schools to include healthier items on their canteen menus. How the U.S. Department of Agriculture has promoted more nutritious school lunches; Food program in California; Study on the eating habits of high school students.
- TISD Provides Free and Reduced Meals Under National School Lunch Program. // Trammel Trace Tribune (Tatum, TX);7/27/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 30, p1
The article discuses the Tatum Independent School District (TISD) policy to provide free and reduced-price meals for children under the National School Lunch Program. The policy comes into effect from August 16, 2006. Application forms are sent to all households for the interested candidates to...